Social media reacts to UK football’s 20-17 Citrus Bowl win over Iowa

It looked good, then bad, then good again for No. 22 Kentucky in Saturday’s Vrbo Citrus Bowl matchup with No. 15 Iowa.

When the Wildcats (10-4) jumped out to an early 13-3 lead in the game’s first two quarters, it looked like it could be an easy afternoon. But Kentucky’s offense stalled out in the second half, allowing Iowa (10-4) to mount a comeback and take a late 17-13 lead.

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Two plays essentially evaporated that lead, the latter —a short Chris Rodriguez scored on a 6-yard touchdown run set up by a 52-yard strike from Will Levis to Wan’Dale Robinson — gave Mark Stoops’ bunch a 20-17 lead with 1:48 left in the fourth quarter.

Senior linebacker DeAndre Square sealed the win with an interception with 48 seconds remaining.